Have you ever recommended buying an electric toothbrush from your dentist? And what things do you need to consider before buying it?
Today, we will conclude the top 3 things people consider most before buying an electric toothbrush.
- Sonic Electric toothbrush or Oscillating
The brush head can be divided into two types on the market. The two are approved to have better performance than the manual toothbrush, which offers equal pressure while cleaning the teeth. One is the sonic electric toothbrush that can vibrate at least 36000 times per minute. With advanced sonic technology, the bristle and fluid can be driven deep between the teeth and along the gum line for exceptional cleaning. And can remove the plaques effectively.
The other is the oscillating toothbrush, which has a round brush head that cleans the teeth by rotating at high speed. With the small brush head, it can reach the hard-to-reach zone easily.
- Brushing Mode
The market offers different types of electric toothbrushes with numerous brushing modes for options. Do you know the meaning of each mode and how to choose a suitable one?
Clean Mode: Provide a standard cleaning experience
White Mode: Remove plaque and enhance the whitening effect
Polish Mode: Polish and brighten the teeth
Massage Mode: Provide gently massage and stimulate gums
Sensitive Mode: Specially designed for sensitive teeth with a lower speed vibration
Consumers can choose the right modes according to the situations of their teeth.
- Time of Endurance
Do you prefer keeping the charger always at hand to charge your toothbrush? If the answer is no, the time of endurance is worth considering before buying it. You can choose a toothbrush that can be working last 4 -6 months or more (2 min*2/ per day) to avoid charging it frequently.
There also are some toothbrushes that need to be charged per week, which dissatisfied the consumers. So before buying one, you should know how often you are likely to recharge it.
With so many different types and features of the electric toothbrush, we may be confused when choosing the one that suits your specific oral health needs. So it’s necessary to know how to select the suitable one according to your dental situation.